MILTON, Mass.—Curry College student Robert Dalle-Molle, a Colonia resident, was named to the dean’s list for the spring term.
AVENEL – Woodbridge AARP Chapter 3869 will sponsor a trip to Atlantic City’s Trump Plaza Casino on Aug. 24. The bus departs from St. Andrew’s Church parking lot, 244 Avenel Street, Avenel, at 10:15 a.m. The trip costs $22 per person.
He, a bohemian New Yorker in his 60s, features himself a genius. She, a runaway from Mississippi, considers herself a dummy. But when they meet one fateful night and a May-September affair ensues, each learns their self-appraisals weren’t quite right. Written and directed by Woody Allen, the charming love story’s title and ethos is “Whatever Works.”
TRENTON – Legislation to simplify New Jersey’s corporate governance statutes is closer to becoming law.
TRENTON—New Jersey has entered into a multi-state settlement agreement with satellite dish TV provider DISH Network, LLC, that resolves allegations the company engaged in deceptive and unfair business practices in connection with the marketing, promotion and sale of DISH Network goods and services.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The state corruption case against Assemblyman Joseph Vas and two co-defendants has been transferred to Monmouth because one of the defendants is related to a New Brunswick judge.
COLUMBUS, Ga.—Army Pfc. Charles L. Orive has graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. The training consists of Basic Infantry Training and Advanced Individual Training.
SOMERSET—Six drivers representing FedEx Corp. operating companies placed among the winners at the 2009 New Jersey State Truck Driving Championship in Somerset on July 10-11.
CLARK—The New Jersey Metro Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society honored Melissa Ann Waters of Clark during its annual scholarship awards ceremony last month.
FLORHAM PARK—With the summer season in full swing, many people are preparing for a favorite summer activity – the road trip. AAA New Jersey reminds motorists to take AAA along for the ride.
OK, here is the setup. Sarah is walking home from the store with two bags of groceries wearing a fur coat. Not surprising to wear fur in Alaska, but thought police don’t care how cold you are, they are still going to assault you, destroy your property and make asses of themselves.
RAHWAY—The Robert Wood Johnson Rahway Foundation is currently planning its 18th annual fashion show, scheduled for Oct. 24 at the Bridgewater Marriott.
TRENTON—The New Jersey Division of Law is accepting applications for a new Volunteer Associates in Public Service Program, an initiative through which attorneys and law school graduates can gain valuable, unpaid experience working on government-related legal matters.